Food Trends 2019: The Has-beens

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Before I delve into my predictions for 2019, I thought it would be fun to evaluate what the experts said we’d be eating in years past.

Fire up that roaster…for chestnuts?

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How many retailers are out there roasting chestnuts over an open fire for a fun holiday promotion?

Amazon reveals its most popular Whole Foods Prime promos

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Amazon reveals it’s most popular Whole Foods Prime promos

First look: the new romaine labels

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The industry has been curious about the look of the new labels on romaine lettuce coming back to the market. Church Bros. LLC, Salinas, CA, posted an image to the company’s Instagram account of a package of romaine with the new label. 

Red delicious: the wrong punching bag?

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Red delicious is a frequent punching bag when we’re talking about apple trends, but are they the wrong delicious in focus? Check out the retail apple ad trends over the past five years and see.

Catching up with Rainier Fruit’s Pears for Pairs

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AUSTIN, TX—Rainier Fruit Co. visited my area in mid-November raising awareness for its Pears for Pairs …

How to eat pumpkins

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Pumpkins are the rock stars of fall, but many consumers have no idea how to eat a fresh pumpkin. One of the most common questions I get about pumpkins is whether you can eat a jack-o-lantern.

Brighter Bites considers franchise affiliates for growth

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Brighter Bites has a vision of programs across the U.S., and may turn to affiliate or franchise programs to do it.

Will millennials kill bananas too?

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There are lists all over the internet of industries that Millennial age consumers have killed – diamonds, napkins, beer, home ownership, print news (YIKES!), Applebee’s – but there’s one that those of us who follow retail produce should be watching: bananas.

VIDEO: Produce with Pamela reviews Imperfect Produce

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LEANDER, TX—San Francisco-based Imperfect Produce recently expanded to the Austin market, as I’ve seen advertised all …